In South Carolina, the LGBT community is making sure and steady progress, but the work to achieve full equality and acceptance is far from done.

The Network Responsibility Index rated LGBT content on 15 networks during the 2014-2015 TV season that wrapped earlier this year.

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In preparation for Pope Francis' upcoming visit to the United States, GLAAD has released "The Papal Visit: A journalist's guide to reporting on Pope Francis and the LGBT community," a resource guide for journalists covering Pope Francis and LGBT Catholics.

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Chinese Media Reference Guide

The GLAAD Chinese Media Reference Guide provides journalists writing for primarily Chinese audiences with the tools necessary to report on the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

GLAAD Media Essentials

Our world is dominated by the news media. Politicians flood the airwaves with sound bites, talking heads on cable news shows shape public opinion even when they distort the facts and bloggers shine a spotlight on stories that may have otherwise gone unnoticed. In this media-rich environment, advocacy has changed. Organizations and advocates working toward lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality need to be smart and strategic about working with the media in order to move public opinion.

The Angie Zapata Murder: Violence Against Transgender People Resource Kit

On April 14, 2009, the two-week trial for the murder of Angie Zapata—an 18-year-old transgender woman—began in Greeley, Colo and ended with her murderer convicted of a hate crime.

Asian Pacific Islander Resource Kit

The media are covering the lives, stories, and issues of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people more frequently, and often in a more fair, accurate, and balanced manner. Repeatedly, however, Asian Pacific Islander Community LGBT voices, perspectives, and opinions are left out of the picture.